Gustav Klimt Art Nouveau and the Vienna Secessionists
Author: Michael Kerrigan
Publisher/Date: Flame Tree Publishing; New edition (c. 2015) Masterworks Series
Format/Condition: New large-format oblong hardcover book with dust jacket in Fine condition. 192 pages, index; 11 x 11.4 x 0.9 inches. Lavishly illustrated in color.
Description: Gustav Klimt is renowned as a quintessential artist of the art nouveau movement, but he was one of a number of Viennese artists who strove to break free of the constraints of the late 19th Century academic art establishment. The Secessionists were united, not in the style of their work, but their desire for freedom, so although there are echoes of similarity in the work of Klimt, Schiele, Kolomon Moser and the many other fine artists, their distinction lies in their magnificent difference. This new illustrated book focuses on the rich diversity of the movement and offers a sumptuous gift of color and glamour for every art lover.
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